CPIP: Connected Intelligence for a Disrupted World

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Dislocations to workplace were produced first by the rise of coworking spaces. Then even more dramatically by the extensive shift towards remote working caused by COVID-19. These events reveal the importance of implementing systems that can help workplace teams efficiently and flexibly adapt to a changing world. CPIP (Connected Portfolio Intelligence Platform) forms the technological backbone for many of the improvements that workplaces will need in order to both capture the upside potential and manage the risks of the modern work environment. Its value proposition comes from streamlining, innovation, and resilience benefits, making it a crucial technology in a disruptive world.

Many firms, however, continue to depend on legacy technology systems, which can hamper progress and their ability to innovate. Eight in 10 respondents do not have a fully modernized core system that can easily incorporate emerging technologies, according to Deloitte Insights 2022.

CPIP enhances its users’ adaptability and is highly flexible and connected itself, with extensive options for customization and constant investment in innovation and improving the user experience. Because of its licensing model, clients will capture those gains by always being kept on the newest versions of the software.

Spacewell and CPIP: Connected Intelligence

Spacewell is at the forefront of developments in CPIP. We are one of the select few companies to be classified as a “Leader” in the Verdantix Green Quadrant reports for both Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) and IoT Platforms for Smart Buildings in 2022. These types of solutions are powerful alone, but elevated together. Therefore, Spacewell has enabled customers to leverage its IoT platform alongside its IWMS solution since 2018. In 2022 we officially merged both solution types into a Workplace intelligence platform with a unified user interface and design, enabling to address workplace experience, analytics, and management in an integrated way. And we’re invested in further extending the scope of our solutions, for example in the area of energy management, where Spacewell has added the AI-powered Dexma Energy Intelligence platform to its solution range.

Spacewell and CPIP

Spacewell’s product offerings are designed for out-of-the-box functionality coupled with configurability. This means that clients can roll out proven products with extensive testing and real-world application while still retaining the power to customize nearly every aspect of the product to their own needs, ranging from mobile displays to module settings to language preferences. Everything about Spacewell’s products is designed to improve the user experience, whether that user is a decision-maker leveraging aggregated data from across the product portfolio, a building manager dealing with changing contracts, or maintenance staff responding to occupant demands.

Significantly, Spacewell is hardware-agnostic and can also work with other software platforms through standard APIs. In a world of rapid advancement in IoT technologies, we are continuously searching for and testing new sensor technologies to achieve the best solutions for our customers, across all brands and vendors. Thanks to our SaaS/HaaS licensing model, our customers capture these gains by always being kept on the newest versions of the software and staying current with advances in sensor technology. Our connected intelligence software is also designed to work with others – whether that means connecting to a building management/automation system (BMS/BAS) or interfacing with an organization’s preferred analytics software.

Finally, Spacewell is part of the Nemetschek Group, a publicly traded AEC/O company with a market capitalization of over $7.5 billion. The group’s innovative solutions cover the entire building lifecycle and are used by approximately six million users worldwide. This means that our clients can be confident that Spacewell will be a stable partner even in turbulent times.

This blog post is an excerpt from the June 2022 white paper on Transformative Workplace Management

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The Intelligent Connected Workplace

Leveraging an Intelligence Platform to Optimize Workplace Experience & Management

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